Digitizing sponsorSutro Tower Video, San Francisco
"Your Guide to Perversion" is taken from the 'Sutro Tower Video' educational films' collection. It was produced in conjunction with United Filth Mongers, LLC, screenplay by Maury Vice, and was created with a grant of bagels from White Bread Productions, Ltd., an American Corporation. The film attempts to educate the average, righteous American, such as John Q. Public, and his average, upstanding world cousin, such as Igor X. Publique, regarding the horror and pitfalls that face fine, respectable folk throughout the world as they attempt to live good, decent lives during this era of evil, mass-produced, tasteless stimulation.
Many of the oft-seen perversions are explored in this movie, such as the sins of under-utilized caffeine, homosexualism, double entendre shampoo, lesbianism, sadism, radioactive atomically energetic militarism, mob starvation riotism, communist-coached sex educationalism, pornographicism, and other 'isms' left unnamed. Strategies for coping in a perverted world are offered the viewer, particularly those revolving around government-sponsored perversion shelters, which have been built in the United States in every town and city to house all upstanding, incorruptible American families in their efforts to remain normal.
In color; black and white; and purple and yellow, with stimulated medium-fi stereophonic sound wherever available.
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September 24, 2017 Subject:
Not much of a consistent POV, beyond having fun. I like the girl in the hot shower: nothing naughty, but very cute.
May 21, 2008 Subject:
Very funny and Perverted.
January 31, 2008 Subject:
I loved it. 90% perfect!
Reviewer:Je Suis Gonzales
April 14, 2007 Subject:
This is funny, definitely worth watching!
nullportal, get over yourself.
February 8, 2005 Subject:
Better than most films of this type, worth watching.
December 3, 2004 Subject:
Very Much of What It Is
This is ideal to start off the day with wit and cynicism; it has that smirk that a skilled editor of our day can provide to clips of old. I reckon it would really blossom with psychedelic visuals and techhouse breaks scattered generously throughout the film.
September 17, 2004 Subject:
Preaching to the Choir Redux
Only those already in on the joke, from having seen the films this idiosyncratic parody is largely riffing on, are likely to get the joke. Even then, the thing gets boring and verges on self-parody rather quickly. I suppose the maker of this parody pastiche was resolved to consider him or herself simply too hip for the room in case some one came up with this observation about the insipidness of the compilation.
If this compilation is thought to be a valuable response to the films it tries to mock, I can imagine it so only in the Legend-in-Their-Own-Mind producers of it and some people who might take extreme offense at the originals which are targetted for parody and thus they are prone to approve of any derision cast at the originals.